I run two stacked 54-inch light strips and I agree with you hate light when it`s bright, but I never let my lights run around homes or other drivers Well, I have a Hummer H3 with a four-row of 52″ spread over the windshield, two multicolored 8″ strobables on the hood through the wiper blades, A 32-inch air dam mounted inside the grille, two other 8-inch ambers mounted at the lower center front. I don`t use them on the roads when I`m on the move. My favorites are the two 8″ flashlights mounted on both sides of my clutch. The ones I use when I make sure (normal light mode), and full strobe when someone is right behind me with their bright lights. So I operate in accordance with the law and the jagoff behind me (who drives illegally behind me when he drives behind me with his bright lights). By the way, dashcams and rear cameras are very useful here. Before I got the rear-facing strobes, I had built a fantastic tool from a series of vertical blinds – they were silver/reflective and I cut them to fit my rear window and mounted them on the back on a motorized pulley. Press the button and they slide over the back window and behave like a mirror to the fool driving behind me with his bright lights. Completely legal, but very cumbersome to implement and strobes are much more fun. Alabama`s all-terrain lights are limited to two hood or wing lights without glareAlaska The front of a car is limited to four lights. No part of the high-intensity light shall reach the road surface.
Any light over 300 candles (3,771 lumens) shall be directed so that no part of the beam reaches the road 75 feet from the vehicle. Arkansas No service lights could be used on public roads. CaliforniaWhen driving on public roads, off-road lights should be turned off and covered with an opaque cover. The Colorado auxiliary lights are limited to two and the beam must be directed to the left, within 100 feet of the vehicle. Connecticut The front of the vehicle has no more than four lights. They must not exceed 300 candlesticks (3771 lumens). Delaware Â It allows two lighthouses and two lighthouses. When you are on the road, the light bar should be turned off. All light bars with more than 300 spark plugs (3 771 lumens) shall be aligned so that no part of the beam is more than 75 feet from the vehicle. Florida Only four lights are allowed in front of a vehicle and must comply with current light bar regulations. Georgia Only one lighthouse is allowed and cannot be directed at an approaching vehicle.
An additional traffic light is allowed, but it must be mounted in a seat 16 to 42 inches above the ground. Hawaii Â Lights must not exceed 2,400 candles (30,168 lumens). Light curtains on roads must be extinguished. Only four lights are allowed if the power of a single projector is greater than 300 candles (3,771 lumens). Illinois could only turn on up to four lights at the front of a vehicle. All lights must be dimmable and removed from the eyes of other drivers. Indiana Additional traffic lights are allowed, but they must be mounted in a seat located 24 to 42 inches from the road. Iowa Must keep all bright lights out of the eyes of other drivers. Only three auxiliary traffic lights are allowed in a vehicle.
The direction of all lamps shall ensure that no part of the high-intensity beam reaches the road surface more than 75 feet from the vehicle. Kentucky`s LED strips could not be lit while driving. Louisiana It is illegal to drive with LED light strips. Maine auxiliary luminaires should not be brighter than standard lighting. Maryland must install no more than two auxiliary lights and mount them between 16 and 42 inches above the ground. Massachusetts It is illegal to drive with an LED light bar. There are strict regulations for all lighting accessories on the market. Michigan cannot install more than four front lights. Minnesota can install up to two additional traffic lights 16 to 42 inches above the horizontal plane. Two additional traffic lights are allowed, but they must be mounted 12 to 42 inches above the horizontal plane. Missouri Up to three additional traffic lights can be mounted 12 to 42 inches above the horizontal plane.
Montana No light bar can be used on public roads. Nevada Two auxiliary lights are installed between 16 and 42 inches above the horizontal plane. New Hampshire Up to three additional traffic lights are mounted between 12 and 42 inches high. New Jersey light bars can be used as long as they are short and lower than the lighthouse. New Mexico Additional headlights are installed 16 to 42 inches above the ground. Must be able to extinguish at least 500 feet near the vehicle. New York, although technically not illegal, all auxiliary lights should not exceed 32 candle thicknesses (402 lumens). No light bar less than 32 candles.
North Carolina light bars should be turned off when driving on public roads. North Dakota No part of the light can reach the ground 75 feet from the vehicle. Ohio More than five lighthouses. In addition to headlights, there may be two uncovered lights. When the brightness is on, the uncovered lights should be turned off. Washington Two auxiliary lights are allowed, but they must be installed 16 to 42 inches above the ground. West Virginia All fixtures installed more than 42 inches above the ground must be covered. Wisconsin No more than 4 front lights.
Wyoming Light Bar is illegal on public roads Please note that while this is the best advice we can give on this topic, it is based on our experiences and those we know.